Tuesday, March 25, 2014

And then there were three (#25)

And here it is. The Final Chapter! Thank you to everyone for staying with us through the long delays. I'm hoping you've enjoyed this tale of ours.

Nulli, thank you for writing this story with me. It's been a crazy ride, but it's been a ton of fun. Keep the bobcat. He'll purr you to sleep every night.

*Nulli peeks in* Oh I'm keeping him. I don't think I have a choice at this point!

Thanks so much to all the readers. Thank you for your messages, comments, and love for this story. We've had a blast!

Monday, March 17, 2014

I now pronounce you... (#24)

Here it is! The penultimate chapter of this crazy, winding, bendy saga. I'll be sad to say goodbye to them all - Killian, Melody, Brian, the fictional Nulli, Doc Roberts, etc - but happy to see this one wrapped up in its own Happily Ever After. Writing with another person has been a unique experience for me. I write, read over, move stuff around, re-write, delete, move stuff around again. It's really a miracle I ever get a story finished where it makes sense, to be honest. Writing this on Google Docs, so we can both add to the story simultaneously was in equal parts very cool, very awkward, kinda awesome, and yet sometimes frustrating all at the same time. It was definitely outside my comfort zone, which meant it was an excellent experiment and exercise.

Monday, March 10, 2014

Back to Normal? (#23)

So, it's probably no secret that Killian is one of my favorite characters that I've ever created. He's brash, unapologetic, and thoroughly enjoys his mate (along with anyone else's if they permit it). He is also a good and loyal friend. What more can a person ask for, right? Sanity is highly overrated.

Monday, March 3, 2014

Protecting his Mate (#22)

Last chapter left everyone hanging as the gas cannister broke through the window. I picked my hubby's brain for a lot of the symptoms and reactions to the gas since, as part of his military training, he's been teargassed a few times. Needless to say, the general consensus is "not pleasant." He did give one advantage to it, though. It did great to clean out his sinuses! I don't think that's enough.